I’m a little bit in love with this week’s Foodie Friday. I stumbled across the blog, This Rawsome Vegan Life, a couple of months ago, and ever since I’ve been both enamored and in awe of it’s Canadian creator, Emily von Euw.
Her recipes are the most creative and drool-inducing I’ve ever seen, her photographs are incredible quality, and her words are witty and wise. Did I mention that Em is only 19? Man, when I was 19 the only thing I could cook was pumpkin soup. From a can. And even then I would over cook it.Read More
I don’t even know where to start when it comes to an appropriate introduction for Rachel MacDonald. On paper, she is the creator of the amazing blog In Spaces Between. She’s also a brilliant life and blog coach, and has the most dewy clear skin I’ve ever seen in real life. On a deeper level, Rach is one of the most genuine, kind, positive, gorgeous souls I’ve ever met, and I’m grateful every day to be able to call her one of my besties.
I’m so thrilled to share Rachel’s Foodie insights with you. I know you will love her just as much as I do!Read More
I’ve been internet friends with Candice Aiken for a while now (we met through studying at IIN and B-School) and every time I see a post of hers pop up on social media she makes me smile. Her love of health and wellness and her unbridled passion for Mother Nature’s handy work is infectious. Candice is the founder of the website Co-inside Wellbeing, which she runs with her husband Curtis. She is the ideal candidate for Foodie Friday, and I’m so excited to share this gorgeous girl with you.Read More
I had the pleasure of working with lovely Kasey Wilson when I launched my one-on-one health coaching practice a couple of years ago. We stayed in touch ever since, and now she’s also a member of my Lifestyle Transformation Guide program. Kasey is a qualified naturopath who is passionate about helping people reach and maintain their health and happiness potential. She runs a busy Naturopath clinic based in Adelaide, South Australia, with patients in the hundreds.Read More
In honour of Meat Free Week this week (18-24 March) Foodie Friday is Aussie chef and Meat Free Week ambassador Simon Bryant.
Simon Bryant is a face well known as The Chef on ABCs program The Cook & The Chef alongside food icon Maggie Beer. Originally a motor mechanic, Simon soon realised his calling was in the kitchen. He was with Hilton Adelaide for more than 10 years, commencing as a Commis Chef, followed by a Chef de Partie in ‘The Grange’ and working his way up to Senior Sous Chef of ‘The Brasserie’. It was in ‘The Brasserie’ where Simon emerged as one of South Australia’s hottest young chefs and was promoted to Executive Chef.Read More
Meg Thompson is a qualified naturopath and holistic nutritionist in Melbourne who has a strong background working with wholefoods (this makes her a star in my books). Meg is also a super passionate cook, and an avid blogger spreading the well word through her own piece of online realty, My Wholefood Romance where she aims to inspire and entertain people, sharing knowledge, recipes and the fabulousness of food!Read More
Amy Landry is a former professional dancer, a current yoga teacher, and student of Ayurveda. Amy and I have been bumping into each other online for a couple of years and I had the pleasure of meeting her in person when she recognised my voice across a raw, vegan café in Sydney. I love Amy’s foodie philosophy, and I’m thrilled to share her with you.Read More
Rachel Gorney was jobless and lifeless when the inspiration for her home cooking/home catering business came from her like the miracle that it is. Rachel’s Sydney-based business, From My Kitchen, delivers delicious and nutritious weekly snack packs and travel packs to the convenience of your own door. All the ingredients are 100% organic, using only the finest natural products and super foods available. All the recipes are sugar free, gluten free and vegan.Read More
With insatiable appetite for learning about health, Jess Sepel is on a mission to heal the world. Jess has recently completed a Bachelor of Health Science, and now she’s diving deep into Nutritional Medicine. She also has a great blog where she channels all of this knowledge, as well as heaps of yummo recipes.Read More
Paul Rodney Turner, the “Food Yogi”, is the international director of Food for Life and the founder of Food for Life Global, the world headquarters for the charity. Food for Life is the largest plant-based food relief in the world with projects in over 50 countries that serves up to 2 million meals daily. Paul is also the author of FOOD YOGA – Nourishing the Body, Mind & Soul.
Multi-passionate Paul loves to write books and poetry, invent products, design websites and logos, meditate, garden, teach numerology, create geometric signatures of birthdays and names, teach raw food prep, do headstands, and is always trying to learn something new.Read More